Are you tired of the sweet ol’ Valentine’s Day candies and sweets? Do you need something for the male lover in your life? Are you celebrating V-Day dolo and need to show the world you can do fine all by yourself?
Today, check out Brooklyn rapper Uncle Murda‘s top five reasons you need to give his Ain’t Nothing Sweet mixtape a try this Valentine’s Day!
Harlem World’s Vado has made a strong come up since he entered the game alongside the “Godfather” Killa Cam back in 2009. Although he rapped before then with his rhyme partner Jae Millz reppin’ the Most Hated team, the Boss Of All Bosses mixtape series with DJ Drama gave V a full spotlight. After his short lived stint with Interscope Records, the NYC wordsmith linked up with down south connect DJ Khaled and signed with his We The Best label. Now with the support of YMCMB as well, Vado is poised to show the world his full potential with his latest drop, which is the fourth installment of the Slime Flu collection.
Two years after their first official project together, Pete Rock and Camp Lo link back up for a ill mixtape of movie styled proportions. With all original production from the Chocolate Boy Wonder and sharp intricate rhyme schemes from both Geechi Suede and Sonny Cheeba, this twenty plus track offering is captivating attention from Hip Hop fans old and new. With an evident musical chemistry and some well placed guest appearances, this drop is a impressive standout of bars and beats for a clean complimentary listen.
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The Drama King is back on a roll with a treat for the hardcore fans out there before the release of his album “Rhyme Or Die”. This is Kay Slay’s first official street drop since his last banger “The Changing Of The Guards”. The deejay and entrepreneur has provided a excellent platform for ill emcees across the country and continues to be a trendsetter for the game.
Here are the SOHH.com 5 Reasons to download “The Last Champion”
In terms of having a legit impactful legacy in Hip Hop, Tony Touch has a resume that trumps most. He is revered for his outstanding work as a deejay and his significant additions to the culture have spanned over nearly four decades. True to the essence of the genre and well versed as a producer and a wordsmith as well, not too many people could get fifty different artists together for a project of this magnitude. The talent pool on this release is simply incredible from the production to the lyrics as well.
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